These phrases might sound weird, but to geeks they are just everyday phrases used casually in conversation.
When an over-powered weapon or item gets modified by a patch or update which decreases is “O.P”, then it gets nerffed.
“I hear that they are going to Nerf the Titan slam”
“OMG, I love your new phablet”
Smartphone Dead Leg
When your leg goes dead from the prolonged use of your smartphone while sitting down.
“I suffered from smartphone dead leg after I got off the couch”
A humanoid who lives on the internet and spends his/her entire day commenting on posts just to irritate you and make you feel worthless.
“That guy is totally trolling your Insta feed”
Someone who always forgets to pack a charger when they go on holiday, or when they have a crappy battery in their smartphone, tablet, or laptop.
“My best friend is extremely charger-challenged”
The fear caused by a massive unread email box.
“Getting back from vay-kay, but I know I will have inboxia”
When an in-game weapon or item is extremely over-powered that it just wrecks everything.
“The Gjallarhorn is super O.P; it is probably the best in the game ”
A buff can mean two things:
1) When an object in a game is weak and it gets patched to be stronger; or
“Its getting buffed, so it will be awesome soon”
2) A term used to describe a temporary increase in stats granted by an item consumed.
“I have a buff so we can get past that boss”
MVP means that you are the “most valued player”. It can also mean “minimum viable product”.
A business model used by programmers where they release a program for free in hopes that people will pay for the program at some stage.
‘WinRAR is freemuim software”